Creative Behavior Systems is an industry consultancy with deep expertise in trauma informed behavior intervention to help organizations build their own toolkits for increasing collaborative engagement across all disciplines.
Are you seeing an increase in anxiousness, stressed-out or overwhelmed staff, students or families? Are you or your organization experiencing communicative breakdowns leading to disconnected environments where collaboration is an absolute need? Creative Behavior Systems addresses these areas by teaching individuals and/or teams how to reduce tension, improve working toward sustainably implementing Trauma Informed, Positive Behavior, Restorative and Mindful Practices for Schools, Districts, Business, Organizations and Groups of people to be able to work together, better.
There are some things we do not see.
Not because it isn't right in front of us, but because it's something we just don’t understand.
Creative Behavior Systems teaches Trauma Informed is an awareness of physiological and neurological changes to our brains and bodies when adverse impacts have affected our wiring, creating communicative dysfunction in attachment through relationships and thus, systems. Imagine if every system was trained in communicative functions and how to collaborate effectively.
CARE; Collaborative, Achieving and Resilient Environments is a business-agnostic, people-centered training tool that’s particularly applicable to school-based settings and organizations who focus on supporting people. Our training model utilizes different organizational development methodologies—restorative, trauma-informed, positive behavior and more—to remove conflict, barriers in communication and build resilience in individuals and systems.
According to SAMHSA’s concept of a trauma-informed approach, “A program, organization, or system that is trauma-informed:
1. Realizes the widespread impact of trauma and understands potential paths for recovery;
2. Recognizes the signs and symptoms of trauma in clients, families, staff, and others involved with the system;
3. Responds by fully integrating knowledge about trauma into policies, procedures, and practices; and
4. Seeks to actively resist re-traumatization."
Led by Susan Jones, Creative Behavior Systems helps people from any background and profession learn fundamental strategies for creating calm in environments. In today's world, we're on overload: stressful work conditions, device distractions, social anxiety, bias, historical oppression and so much more.
Creative Behavior Systems teaches that Trauma Informed is an awareness of physiological and neurological changes to our brains and bodies when adverse impacts have changed our wiring creating communicative dysfunction in relationships and how to support these needs individually and systematically.
Organizational pre-assessment and evaluations
Professional development and workshops
Individual and small group/Trainer of Trainer coaching
Long-term program building